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    How to tint your rear lights

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    How to tint your rear lights

    Post by redhot on Sun Mar 01, 2009 6:34 am

    A quick guide to tinting rear lights.

    Bits and bobs required.

    * Tint spray.
    * Masking Tape.
    * Paper of some sort ( I used brown parcel paper ).
    * Dust free environment.

    First remove the lights from the car and give them a good clean and dry.


    Then mask and paper off the area(s) you DON'T want spraying.



    Then once your happy, go to your dust free environment, I used the garage, give the can a good shake and spray away from your lights to start with so any blobs of paint don't land on your lenses. Start applying light thin layers of paint (following the advice on the tin!)



    Once your happy allow to dry for 2-3 hours in warm conditions, allow to harden over night and buff to a nice finish.
    Before:-

    After:-



    Hope this is of some use to someone any (polite) comments welcome!

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